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  Feb 20, 2018
 
2017-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
  
2017-2019 Undergraduate Catalog

History, Comprehensive Social Studies, B.S.Ed.


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A 3.0 QPA will be required for entrance into the B.S.Ed. program and for matriculation to professional standing. The requirements for the B.S.Ed. include the completion of specific social studies, general education, and professional education courses. Where appropriate, these courses may also be used to fulfill general education categories.

Required (57 crs.)


History (30 crs.)


Restricted Electives (12 crs.)


  • 300-level or above in American History
  • 300-level or above in European History
  • 300-level or above in Latin American/African/Middle Eastern or Asian History
  • 300-level or above in Latin American/African/Middle Eastern or Asian History

Free Electives (6 crs.)


  • Only one course at the 200 level, and the rest at 300 level or above.

Required Allied Social Studies (27 crs.)


Political Science Elective (3 cr.)


Note:


PLS 200 or 300 level: suggested courses are PLS 231 , PLS 251 , PLS 300 

Specific General Education Courses for Certification (12+ crs.)


Students seeking certification in secondary education must also complete 1 writing course (ENG 114  or ENG 115  ), 1 literature course (ENG 190  , ENG 243  , ENG 248  , or ENG 250  ), and 2 math courses (except MAT 185  ). The courses may also simultaneously count toward the fulfillment of general education requirements.

Required Professional Education Courses (33 crs.)


Note:


TCH 207  must be completed before EDU 412  and EDU 413 

EDU 412  and EDU 413  must be taken simultaneously. A cumulative GPA of 3.0 is required to enroll in EDU 412  and EDU 413 .

Required Field Experience


Required: 50 Level I hours and PRAXIS I exam by the time one attains 75-90 credits. See B.S.Ed. advisor.

PRAXIS I & II are required for teacher certification.

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